THE CONTENTS OF PANDORA’S BOX: an old, exhausted cigarette lighter, a yellowing train ticket to Edinburgh from the year 1993 with a hole punched into it, a mickey mouse keychain with one of the eyes scratched out, a bouquet of dead peonies, a half-eaten blueberry lollipop, tea bags, the kind of rare penny that they don’t manufacture anymore, a fraying poster advertising the opening of a new pizzeria, a chocolate wrapper that reads ‘CHERRY RIPE’, a napkin doused in coffee stains like lipstick kisses, a dried up lightning bug, a piece of cloth torn from what seems like an antique quilt, and a semi-burnt heart-shaped locket that looks ancient enough to be cursed.
Hello! I have recently discovered the works of the poet Arthur Rimbaud via tumblr, and I love it!!! I was wondering whether you could tell me about his significance to French literature since I'm sad I haven't heard anything about him here in England. Thank you, and I'm a huge fan of your blog also!